'Tis the season to be giving


Johannesburg, 14 Dec 2018
Read time 1min 10sec

High performing and secure ICT solutions provider Datacentrix recently supported long-term client Senwes in its annual Christmas Tree Project, this time held in Klerksdorp, North West Province, at the Triest Training Centre for individuals with intellectual disabilities.

One of the leading agricultural companies in South Africa, Senwes started the Christmas Tree Project 11 years ago, with the aim of bringing goodwill to underprivileged children and adults.

This year's event gathered more than 600 children and special-needs adults from organisations including Manu Dei, Triest Training Centre, Janie Schneider, Rethabile Children's Home, Viljoenskroon Youth Care, Khaya Tshepo, Daphne-Lee, Voetlig Kinders, House Adonai, and the Atamelang Child and Youth Care Centre, bringing festive cheer to all.

As well as making a monetary contribution to the presents handed out on the day, representatives from Datacentrix attended the event, spending some quality time with the attendees. Says Josua Taljaard, business unit manager at Datacentrix: "Datacentrix is 100% behind Senwes in its efforts to bring cheer to these children and adults in need. It is a fantastic opportunity for us all to contribute to the community, and celebrate the festive season."

Datacentrix

Datacentrix provides leading ICT integration services and solutions to South African organisations, ensuring their success and sustainability into the digital age. The company's approach is to partner with its customers, equipping them with valuable insight and helping to align their ICT undertakings with their business strategy.

Datacentrix offers a deeply specialised skills component and is endorsed by the world's foremost technology partners. The company is recognised for its agility, in-depth industry knowledge, proven capability and strong overall performance.

Datacentrix is a level one (AAA) B-BBEE contributor, with 135% procurement recognition. For more information, please visit www.datacentrix.co.za.

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icomm Nicola Read 083 269 2227 datacentrix@pr.co.za
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